The Harris County District Attorney has charged one former Houston Police department officer with murder, and another with second-degree tampering of a government document, in botched no-knock raid.
Independent forensic investigators have found startling new evidence in the Harding Street house where the disastrous no-knock raid resulted in the death of Dennis and Rhogena Tuttle.
Four police narcotics officers have retired as a result of the investigation of the no-knock raid in Houston where a middle aged couple was killed, four officers wounded, and evidence falsified.
A long term undercover narcotics Houston Police officer lied to obtain the no-knock search warrant that lead to the deaths of a middle-aged couple, their dog, and the wounding of four officers.
An inventory of the items seized at the Houston no-knock raid that resulted in a gunfight killing a married couple and wounding four police officers, has been released. It does not include a handgun.